Dine Creatively! Fresh US Potatoes Goodness Unearthed

Monday, April 20, 2015

With more research confirming that potatoes play a positive role in healthy diet, United States Potato Board organized a session of delicious discovery for media and guests with dynamic, contemporary recipes using a variety of United States fresh potatoes. Two culinary connoisseurs headlined the event by whipping up extraordinary meals that highlighted the goodness of United States fresh potatoes as a nutrition powerhouse and kitchen delight.

Chef Nathalie Arbefeuille of Nathalie Gourmet Studio and Elaine Ho, Health and Food Expert of chopstickdiner.com, prepared unique courses inspired by the three main meals of the day - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Whilst Chef Nathalie focused on the taste, Elaine Ho provided healthy and easy-to-follow options for everyone to try the recipes at home. Ultimately, both of them demonstrated how United States fresh potatoes could be healthy, natural ingredient for any meals.

“In a balanced diet, there should always be adequate amount of nutrients on a plate. Potatoes are a good way to consume your carbohydrates, as it is also a great source of potassium, which can help prevent cardiovascular disease. In addition, you will feel satisfied through the day as your hunger pang will not strike to make you look for nibbles in between meals.” – Elaine Ho

We were treated to three amazing epicurean delights, each using a different type of United States fresh potatoes such as the Russets, Round Reds and Blue and Purple potatoes. The dishes showcased during the event demonstrated that we do not have to compromise the taste of our food for any health reasons.

US Potato Salad in a Skinny Potato, 63 Degree Egg and Gherkin Emulsion

US Potato Gnocchis Leek Cream, Shaved Ages Parmesan, Leek Emulsion

Chicken Cordon Bleu, Potatoes in Three Ways

The United States Potato Board is glad to offer Malaysian consumers research and culinary-based information about the nutrition, versatility, and flavor of United States fresh potatoes. Visit www.PotatoGoodness.com for a wealth of potato nutrition information and healthy recipes. 

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